The TCF Center downtown Detroit will become a nearly 1,000-bed medical site as the state asks volunteers to step up.
The 36th District Court in downtown Detroit announced Wednesday that felony exam and criminal misdemeanor dockets are suspended through March 31.
The new Tin Roof Detroit is showing concerts on their social media pages to raise money for their staff and the artists.
Casinos will comply with the governor's executive order to limit large crowds. The board says the casinos are taking similar approaches by separating people into designated areas of 250 people or less. One employee says that is not enough.
MGM Grand Detroit opened the Moneyline Sports Lounge in October, hoping to someday turn it into a betting lounge. Their wishes came true and the new sports betting area is home to 60 TVs, private areas and even a scrolling marquee with a schedule of the day's games.
A Detroit police officer accidentally shot herself at the headquarters Friday
The DIA is asking voters in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties to renew a .2 millage next week to keep admission and exhibitions free for people living in the tri-county area. That is about $20 for every $100,000 of a home's taxable value.
The remnants of Joe Louis Arena are coming down, with the center spine of the structure to be lowered and taken apart,
Another announcement that seemed to peak people's interest, is neighborhood redevelopment. Businesses going in on Livernois and Van Dyke with promises that neighborhoods will not be left behind.
But Duggan promised to keep fighting to keep people in their homes, tearing down abandoned homes and increasing the amount of police officers that protect the city.
Residents say they're not only concerned about potential toxins in the air they also have concerns about the safety of their property.
Saturday mornings at Detroit's Eastern Market are full of flowers and fruits and vegetables, and so much more -- it's one of the city's gems.
The 60-foot-tall Michigan-grown Norway spruce that stands taller than any other shipped-in-seasonal spangles welcoming in the holidays will arrive in Campus Martius Wednesday.
It's all smiles - with a major announcement from Quicken Loans.
The stories are too numerous to count - people not being able to afford their prescription drugs in the U.S.
Victor chronicled his life in combat in a remarkable collection that his daughter is sharing with the world.
Pyrotechnic choreographer Patrick Brault tells us more than 11,000 fireworks are going off, and that the show will last roughly 23 minutes.
No one was immediately taken into custody. Police are investigating.
FOX 2's Ryan Ermanni takes us downtown to Quicken Loans Summer in the Parks' 4th Fridays.
The building was initially being evacuated at first, and was then placed on lockdown.